Chatham Swimmer Womer Finishes 2nd at Meet of Champions in Breaststroke

Chatham sophomore swimmer Hannah Womer placed second in the 100 breaststroke at the Meet of Champions on Sunday Credits: TAP Chatham

SEWELL, NJ - Chatham sophomore swimmer Hannah Womer placed second at the Meet of Champions in the 100 breaststroke held Sunday at Gloucester Tech.

Charlotte O'Leary of Montclair won the 100 breaststroke for the third straight year with a time of 1:02.28, touching ahead of Womer, who clocked 1:04.06. Alicia Iizuka of Chatham was eighth in the same race with a 1:04.83.

Womer also placed sixth in the Meet of Champion 200 individual medley with a time of 2:07.95.

Chatham's 200 freestyle relay team was sixth in 1:38.40 and the Lady Cougars 400 free relay team finished seventh in 3:35.21.

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